Alscott and Marystown go way back, back to when Keith Carlaw and Alan Wyllie were working for Norris Warming Canada.
Norris Warming was one of Marystowns’ top contractors, delivering the HVAC requirements for most of the Shipyard’s projects.
This trusted relationship ultimately landed Norris Warming the HVAC contract for the Hibernia Project (M71/M72 Modules).
With production underway on Hibernia, top engineers for Norris Warming; Keith Carlaw and Alan Wyllie saw an opportunity and Alscott was born. Alscott assisted Marystown Shipyard with the completion of the two Hibernia supply vessels, providing HVAC engineering support, field supervision and commissioning services.
Upon completion of the HVAC for Hibernia, Alscott ventured into several more high-profile projects with Marystown Shipyard, including MV Quest, Terra Nova and White Rose.
Alscott digs in, in Marystown
With the announcement of Husky’s White Rose Extension project, Alscott understood the time had come to support the shipyard in a major way.
In June 2018, Alscott opened a fabrication facility in Marystown which is now in full production with equipment destined for White Rose 2, through direct contract with Kiewit Offshore Services (KOS).
Alscott in St.John’s
Alscott’s Engineering division has maintained offices in St.John’s for the last few years with continued growth.
Alscott’s facility in Marystown will also support the Marine, Offshore and Industrial Projects in St.John’s.
Alscott is very excited about its new home in Marystown, as Newfoundland is where the company got its start.
Co-founders Alan Wyllie and Keith Carlaw are thrilled to be repaying the favor with its commitment to keep big projects and substantial employment opportunities in Marystown.
The company will host an opening reception at the new facility, welcoming Husky, Kiewit and Pennecon Execs as well key clients to check out the new digs.